Effective on 5/1/16, Franklin LifeSmart™ 2015 Retirement Target Fund changed its name to Franklin LifeSmart Retirement Income Fund and changed its investment goal and strategies. In addition, the fund amended its current investment management agreement and is now able to rely on a manager of managers order from the SEC. If you have any questions, please contact your financial advisor or call Investor Services at (800) 632-2301.
|Investment Category||Target Date|
|CUSIP||354 72P 653|
|Inception Date||Aug 01, 2006|
|Total Net Assets (all share classes) As of 06/30/2016||$71.0 (M)|
|Distribution Rate at NAV||N/A|
|30-Day Standardized yield||—|
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The fund seeks to make monthly distributions, while preserving the investors' capital over the long term. The fund has a strategic allocation of assets primarily among equity, fixed-income and alternative (non-traditional) underlying fund investments (largely Franklin Templeton funds) and an income generation strategy, which will include derivatives. The fund also employs a managed distribution policy that is designed to provide regular level monthly payments (in retirement plans that permit such cash distributions or if the fund is held outside of a qualified plan).
What Are the Risks?
All investments involve risks, including possible loss of principal. Since the fund invests in underlying funds, which may engage in a variety of investment strategies involving certain risks, the Franklin LifeSmart Retirement Income Fund is subject to those same risks. Stock prices fluctuate, sometimes rapidly and dramatically, due to factors affecting individual companies, particular industries or sectors, or general market conditions. Bond prices generally move in the opposite direction of interest rates. Thus, as the prices of bonds in the fund adjust to a rise in interest rates, the fund's share price may decline. Foreign investing carries additional risks such as currency and market volatility and political or social instability, risks which are heightened in developing countries. Investments in equity-linked notes (ELNs) often have risks similar to their underlying securities, which could include management, market, and, as applicable, foreign securities and currency risks. In addition, ELNs are subject to certain debt securities risks, such as interest rate and credit risks, as well as counterparty and liquidity risk. Investments in derivatives involve costs and can create economic leverage, which may result in significant volatility and cause the fund to participate in losses (as well as gains) that exceed the fund's initial investment.
These and other risks are described more fully in the fund's prospectus.
Speak to your financial advisor about whether this fund is appropriate for you. If you don't have a financial advisor, request a referral.
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